Doña Ana County



Doña Ana County’s Board of Commissioners sent Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham a resolution requesting that she declare an emergency in southern Doña Ana County because of flooding, caused by severe weather events.  County management was informed that she will act on the request on Monday.

Until then, a multi-agency effort comprised of emergency responders and law enforcement will continue to help residents, providing shelter, food, water, sandbags and other supplies, while coordinating flood water and utilities management.

To help, the public is welcome to donate to the American Red Cross. More information will be shared soon about specific items the affected families need.

“We really want to thank everyone in the community who is helping us care for the residents most affected by the flood,” Doña Ana County Sheriff Kim Stewart said. “Volunteers and neighbors stepped in to help their neighbors clean up residences; add sandbags to protect their homes and offer food, shelter and water.” 

Below is a list of agencies on site, collaborating to manage the emergency needs after flooding, caused by severe weather.

Agencies responding to flood emergency:

Amateur Radio Emergency Services Volunteers

American Red Cross

Boone Transportation

Casa de Peregrinos

City of Las Cruces

Doña Ana County Engineering and Roads

Doña Ana County Facilities and Parks

Doña Ana County Fire and Emergency Services

Doña Ana County Fleet

Doña Ana County Flood Commission

Doña Ana County Health and Human Services

Doña Ana County Human Resources

Doña Ana County IT

Doña Ana County Utilities

Doña Ana Sheriff's Office

El Paso Electric

Luna County

National Weather Service

New Mexico State Police

New Mexico State University Police

NM Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Office of Emergency Management

Otero County

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